On Jun 5, 2021, at 4:14 PM, Mieke Roth <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Sorry, too 3d minded ;-). But cosclay in combination with a wire skeleton could do the trickOp za 5 jun. 2021 om 21:22 schreef Mieke Roth <[log in to unmask]>Hi Patricia,I would recomment ZBrush but keep in mind that all 3d applications have a steep learning curve. If you want to start practicing, pixologic, the company behind it, also has free and cheap versions. Zbrush has a big community but I would recommend ZBrushguides.com from Pablo Munoz Gomez. This overview also gives good resources:https://www.creativebloq.com/features/the-17-best-zbrush-tutorialsMiekeOp za 5 jun. 2021 om 21:06 schreef Patricia Savage <[log in to unmask]>Non-NU Email
I want to learn how to model my own creatures fairly accurately, partly for myself as well as for my students. I would prefer a medium that is flexible so that I can change the position of legs, head, toes, etc.
Do any of you all have any experience doing this? Be willing to teach me privately or have a class coming up I can take? I am not finding much on the internet.
919-438-6766On 5/22/21 2:49 PM, Bruce Bartrug wrote:
It's the same with SqSpace, Samantha; easy to set up but a pain to get onto social media. I declined to do so with FB, as one has to reverse a fundamental safety feature. (There are few enough of said features on FB.)
One thing about SqSpace is the customer service is quick and reliable.
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